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If you use these expressways, be advised
Do you regularly use Cavitex or the newly opened Cavitex-C5 Link Flyover? If so, then be advised: There are imminent changes to the toll collection for both expressways.According to the Cavitex Infrastructure Corporation (CIC), the Toll Regulatory Board (TRB) has
Do you agree?
Ever wondered what causes the gridlock you crawl through each day? If you have, well, check this out.We recently received some statistics from the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) about the traffic situation in the nation's capital-you might have
“It does nothing to reduce vehicular volume”
The recently proposed one-way scheme along EDSA and C5 as a means to solve the traffic problem in the metro has been the subject of public scrutiny-ridicule, even-ever since it surfaced online.One look at the Facebook reactions to
Is this feasible?
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) says it is looking into a new proposal from the private sector that would implement a one-way traffic scheme on EDSA and C5.Earlier today, Engineer Fernando Guevara, president and managing partner of GPI Engineers
Have you tried this new road already?
In case you've been living under a rock, the Cavitex-C5 Link Flyover-or Segment 3A1 of the C5 South Link Project-was officially opened to the public yesterday, July 23. The opening ceremonies were led by the Department of Public
Courtesy of the newly opened Cavitex-C5 Link Flyover
Remember how we previously mentioned the prospect of a three-minute drive from Villamor Air Base to Taguig? Well, that could very well be a reality now.The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) has officially opened the Cavitex-C5 Link
We can’t wait for it to open
Villamor Air Base to Taguig in under three minutes? Pinch us, we must be dreaming.Ouch. Okay, that hurt. A dream this is not, so we're wide awake and driving on the soon-to-open Segment 3A1 of the C5 South
Sections of EDSA, C5, and Batasan Road will undergo reblocking
Another weekend, another round of roadwork advisories. This time, the memo is from the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH), and it covers the road repairs and reblocking to take place on major thoroughfares in Quezon City and Pasig from October
Good news for motorists down South
The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) has announced that the C5 South Link Expressway project is on schedule-which, in our world of never-ending roadwork and constant delays, is very good news.The progress update was provided earlier today
When will it end?
These announcements are becoming routine already-there's a new one practically every week. The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) says motorists should expect road reblocking and repairs on EDSA and C5 again, starting at 11pm tonight.These repairs are scheduled
For the C5 South Link construction
The soon-to-be C5 South Link's hefty construction is currently ongoing. Per the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH), this new 7.7km expressway will connect areas of Makati and Taguig to Parañaque and other areas in
Plan accordingly
It looks like we're in for another round of road repairs and reblockings this weekend.The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) has just announced that several roads will undergo reblockings in Manila from 11pm tonight until 5am on
More reasons to stay at home
The MMDA has released another bulletin advising motorists about the never-ending road reblocking work that falls on this weekend. The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) will undertake road reblocking and repairs starting 11pm tonight (Sept. 21) until September 24,
Major thoroughfares in Quezon City, Pasig, and Manila will be affected
Got plans to go out this weekend? Good for you-but be warned, the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) will be resuming its road rehabilitation activities in Quezon City, Pasig, and Manila, most notably along sections of EDSA and C5.
More road repairs
Looking forward to enjoying the long weekend? So are we. But it's going to be kind of difficult to do so if you're stuck in traffic half of the time, so be sure to take note of the Metropolitan Manila
God help us
Today, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has begun enforcing the rule on high-occupancy vehicles (HOV) on EDSA during rush hours, also known as MMDA Regulation No. 18-005. It's a move that has rattled many Metro Manila motorists, especially
From three lanes down to two
Remember all the uproar last year about the high-occupancy vehicle lane along EDSA? Well, the powers that be are at it again this year, this time with a similar idea along Julia Vargas Avenue.Dubbed the 'Apat Dapat' scheme, the new
Small car, big city
Save for coding, I traverse C5 and EDSA to and from my workplace almost every single day. My daily transport, a trusty four-year-old Hyundai Eon, has experienced a lot driving through these two thoroughfares, including their ever changing surfaces and
Tell us your experiences
It's official, guys. The "no-window" coding policy is now in full effect. In case you've been living under a rock, here's the gist: If your car's plate falls under number coding on a given day, you can
Expected to start by next week
With the "-ber" months already in full swing, it's pretty much a given that the traffic in Metro Manila will only get worse as we head into the holiday season. To pre-empt this, the newly-formed Inter-Agency Council for
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